deceivingly


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Synonyms for deceivingly

in a misleading way

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They're deceivingly quicker than you think they are," said Kramer, whose team led 18-11 after a strong start.
GETTING STARTED I found out that practice had already started before I reached the deceivingly spacious, cylindrical space - it was hard, after all, to ignore the sound of several bells that weigh up to one and a half tonnes cascading down the stairs.
Abdelrahman says that he is not big on intellectual fashion, but when he went to present his first creations to Lamy, it was important to draw out the context and meaning of the garments, which were a combination of kandoras and similarly linear, deceivingly simple pieces.
On the surface, handheld and tabletop POC diagnostic instruments with microfluidics cartridges can look deceivingly simple.
From the earliest documented case of homicidal copycatting in Canada, to the fact that at any given time up to six serial killers were operating at once in the deceivingly serene "Forest City," London was once a place that on the surface presented a veneer of normality when beneath that surface dark things would whisper and stir.
Red slicers represent a huge subgroup of varieties that bear fruits that look deceivingly like the round, red tomatoes in stores, only they taste worlds better.
All burgers are served on brioche buns which look deceivingly small when they arrive but are so packed with savoury treats, anything bigger would be sheer gluttony.
5million, the feared killer who terrorised 19th century America looks deceivingly genteel why playing croquet.
A half kilometer away, bigger waves crashed to roll over a submerged reef, and in the distance the sail of a small dhow rocked violently on the deceivingly rough ocean.
In rapid reply, a deceivingly large maw siphons the baby bluegill from the waterscape, erasing its brief existence.
The Demon Who Peddled Longing, by Khanh Ha, is a quiet, deceivingly simple book that resonates with deep truths and experience.
They have a deceivingly high shoulder area through the way they are built and the fact that they have a bristly mane that stands up on their spinal area of the neck and shoulder.
It was much easier than I thought it was going to be, deceivingly so," said Kelly, who had not eaten for two days to make full use of her 7lb claim at 9st 12lb.
Many predatory publishers also deploy unscrupulous marketing practices to seduce unsuspecting potential authors, such as inventing journal titles that are similar to those of well-known and reputable journals, or using logos deceivingly like those of conventional publishing houses.